Ok, so I haven't posted for a long, long time, but I'm back. I just wanted to share that I am almost a graduate from Colorado School of Trades, with an Associates Degree in Occupational Study of Gunsmithing! I'm so excited!
A week and day I will graduate and will start my 4 day journey home. I'm headed to Kansas first to visit friends and Family. Then, it's off to Lawton, OK. to visit my buddy, return his guns to him, and help him celebrate retiring from the Army after 20 years! Cheers, Jason! Then it's off to Henderson, TN. maybe with a lunch with my Uncle Keith and his wife Sandra. But I will be home Easter Sunday!
For those wondering, I am going start right away on building things for my shop, getting the gutters to the house clean, and finalizing a couple of gun projects that aren't finished. 3, I think. Go and shoot Mary's cousin's gun. He said that it shot 150 grain bullets just fine, but the 180 grain wouldn't hold a group. I smoothed up the muzzle crown and hopefully that will do the trick. Second and third (in no particular order) I am going to finish Mary's gun (you can see the progress in my photos on facebook or in Victory Ranges/ Gunsmithing) and I will finish the revolver grips that I am working on.
I am waiting to hear back from Union University and University of Tennessee to see if I get accepted, and I will Major in Business. So that I can do the things I need to do, to keep my shop and range floating, when I build them! That's all for now. Good hunting and safe shooting. -Chris